The new Reporting tab in iRise brings its enhanced functionality front and center.
You'll now have a predefined set of templates that include the most commonly used reports, including a Functional Requirements Document, an Epic and Story Report, and a Design Specification Doc. You can use them as is, or customize them to fit your corporate documentation standards.
Finally, you can easily build prototypes that react to browser size and device type. A unique set of tools, exclusive to iRise, now allows you to build and test responsive prototypes. No coding or complex equations - just set it and go!
It's been an amazing 2016. To end the year, we created a list of our top customer requests and packaged them into this holiday release. The additions include a number of usability and collaboration features that we think will put a little extra cheer in your new year.
A brand new top-navigation bar makes it much easier and faster to switch between editing, previewing, managing requirements, and sharing. You'll also be able to see who's collaborating with you while you're working on a project.
We’ve got some exciting new functionality coming soon, and want to give you a sneak peek at what's headed your way. These improvements allow you and your team to work and collaborate more efficiently, quickly and accurately.
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve added a few new things. Check these out and let us know what you think: lean requirements management, opacity control, a new slider widget, and placeholder support. Give these new features a try. And stay tuned…there’s more coming soon!
iRise allows you to easily capture, organize, and track your text requirements from ideation through to go-live. It’s flexible enough to store user stories, epics, tasks, acceptance criteria, tasks and even attach entire specification documents.